spatter or splash
Origin of splatteraltered (infl. by splash) from spatter
verbsplat·tered, splat·ter·ing, splat·ters
- To spatter (a surface or object), especially to soil with splashes of liquid.
- To cause (a liquid) to fall on a surface or object.
To spatter, especially to fall or strike something so as to cause splashes.
A splash of liquid.
Characterized by gory violence: splatter films.
Origin of splatterPerhaps blend of splash spatter
(third-person singular simple present splatters, present participle splattering, simple past and past participle splattered)